By now the term fracking has made it all the way down the narrative food chain from the affected through the activist subculture, the internet community, and now even commercial media and state politics, and awareness is growing that open cast coal miners as well are seduced to excavate deeper and pile up higher for less stuff and fouler competition. Oddly enough none of this seemed to matter in the raids which in Indonesian state media were reported to have left behind scratched computer screens, smashed plants and soft drinks poured over office chairs, whatever would be expected to be hidden in these things. They seem to have taken place only for the (perceived) prestige of the Brussels officials and their hierarchical self-gratification, and maybe as a deceptive gesture towards the political consensus for collectivisation in South America as well.
Such a placement of focus without ecological awareness indicates that there is something fundamentally wrong with both the governments and the oil corporations, with petty struggling masquerading as existential clash increasingly failing to distract from it. It is no secret that the imperialist powers in their grab for resources have abused their own state religions as pretexts for their greed, not only since the knowledge triggered prominent resignations. The first drilling concessions were signed to evil imposters who, in terms of international law, extracted all political legitimacy gained from the church/state separation principle out of these nations. The British state with its antics-entrenched suicide complex derived from the subtle humiliation out of the change of roles with its former colonies on stolen indigenous lands is no exception to the lack of business ethics to be diagnosed on the mainland.
Taking this crazy normalcy of fraud and cover-up as a background, a rather mundane explanation for the raids comes into mind: Cameron´s dirty intelligence failure legacy corporation got raided because it, just like its counterparts on the European mainland, failed to catch any of the lucrative deals precarious nations in efforts to distance themselves from the North Americans have thrown to the Chinese recently. And there could be more former colonies or colonial markets breaking out of the systematic deception maintained by the fossil lobbyists, provided these cultures will be able to see through the respective smokescreens of their own corruption.